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CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-17-21 630PMA 20 percent chance of showers after 7pm. Cloudy, with a low around 58. Light west wind. M.L.King Day: Partly sunny, with a high near 73. Northwest wind 3 to 8 mph.
One Person Escapes Fort Lauderdale House Fire, Pet Cat Doesn't SurviveFort Lauderdale Fire Rescue officials released dramatic video of a house fire they battled on Sunday morning.
Police Searching For Kidnapped Pembroke Pines Teen Nicole MartinezPembroke Pines police are searching for an 18-year-old girl who was kidnapped at gunpoint, along with her parents, early Sunday morning.
COVID In Florida: 11,093 Additional Cases, 135 New DeathsThe Florida Department of Health has reported another 11,093 new coronavirus cases on Sunday.
Coronavirus Vaccination Site At Hard Rock Stadium Moving To New LocationThe state run COVID-19 vaccination site at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens is moving to a new location on stadium property.
Tallahassee Mayor Says City Prepared For Armed Protests But It's Been QuietThere were no armed protests at Florida's Capitol on Sunday. The FBI sent a dire warning last week, that put all fifty state capitols on alert.
Miami-Dade Police SendsSpecial Force To D.C. To Assist In Presidential Inauguration SecurityA group of Miami-Dade police officers is traveling to Washington D.C. to help with security ahead of and during the Presidential Inauguration on Wednesday.
Intense Security Protecting Washington, D.C. & State Capitols Ahead of Wednesday’s Presidential InaugurationPolice and National Guard troops are fortiftying Washington, D-C, and state capitols around the nation ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
WEB EXTRA: Firefighters Battle Fort Lauderdale House FireFort Lauderdale Fire Rescue releases video of their battle with a house fire on Sunday, Jan. 17. 2021.
Facing South Florida: Sanctuary CitiesWe are awaiting a judge’s ruling in a federal lawsuit held in Miami, asking that Florida Senate Bill 168, outlawing so-called ‘sanctuary cities’, be declared unconstitutional. The bill requires local law enforcement help federal agents round up undocumented immigrants. There were no sanctuary cities in our state. Critics say the bill led to racial profiling. Jim DeFede interviews Paul Chavez, an attorney with the Southern Poverty Law Center, about the lawsuit.
Facing South Florida: Crisis at the CapitolJim DeFede interviews Congresswoman Frederica Wilson about the deadly insurrection at the Capital and the impeachment vote in the House against President Donald Trump.
No Powerball Winner, Jackpot Swells To $730 MillionThe Powerball jackpot for Wednesday’s lottery drawing has risen to an estimated $730 million, making it potentially the sixth largest in U.S. lottery history.
CBS4 Weather At Your Desk - 1/17/20Partly sunny, with a high near 69. North wind around 6 mph becoming west in the afternoon.
President-Elect Joe Biden To Be Busy His First Days In OfficePresident-Elect Biden's incoming chief of staff said the president-elect will take decisive action in his first ten days in office on four fronts -- the COVID pandemic, the economy, climate change and racial equity. Extraordinary security measures are being taken in Washington, D.C., and across the nation ahead of Wednesday's inauguration.
Triple Shooting Under Investigation In MiamiMore questions than answers following a shooting in Miami that left three people hospitalized.
Macarthur Causeway Reopened As Police Take Four People Into CustodyThe MacArthur Causeway reopened after being shut down for more than an hour by Miami Beach police.
CBSMiami.com Weather @ Your Desk 1-16-21 6PMCBS4 News chief meteorologist Craig Setzer's weather outlook for South Florida.
Day Of Service Held In Miami GardensDozens gathered to clean up their neighborhood in Miami Gardens during a Day of Service.
Small Group Of Trump Supporters Gather At Freedom TowerA small group of supporters gathered Saturday in downtown Miami at the Freedom Tower.
Heavy Security Reported Ahead Of InaugurationAuthorities are not taking chances with security during the inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden.
Fired Florida Data Scientist Rebekah Jones Turning Herself In After Arrest Warrant IssuedFormer COVID-19 data scientist for the state of Florida, Rebekah Jones says she’s turning herself in to police Sunday after a warrant was issued for her arrest.
Florida Reports More Than 12,000 Coronavirus Cases SaturdayThe Florida Department of Health reported more than 12,000 coronavirus cases on Saturday.
Fewer Lines Reported At Tropical Park Vaccination SiteWhile many have been frustrated with the long lines at Tropical Park in the last few weeks, there was barely a line on Saturday.
Fire Displaces 10 People From Apartment ComplexAn apartment fire in Miami on Friday displaced 10 people from several apartments.